National Affairs: Comings & Goings

Last week, with appropriate regret, Army Secretary Robert Stevens accepted the resignation of John G. Adams as the Army's counselor. A central figure in last year's Army-McCarthy hearings, Adams resigned less than a month after Michigan's Republican Senator Charles Potter announced that he was redoubling his efforts to get both Adams and Stevens out of the Pentagon. "I have not resigned," replied Adams at the time, "do not expect to resign, and have not been asked to resign."

Adams' departure left just two of the principal performers in last year's hearings still in Government service: Stevens and Joe McCarthy. "A few more...

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